Jamie Henry has been traced, it has been confirmed this morning.
Thank you to everyone who shared the post and looked out for him.
Police Scotland officers are appealing for information to trace a vulnerable young man from Paisley as his family are becoming increasingly concerned for his safety.
Jamie Henry, 21 has severe autism and was last seen around 8.10 pm on Wednesday 10th April 2019 in Glenbrittle Drive, Paisley.
We’re told that Jamie has limited speech, poor communication skills and no sense of danger.
He is described as white, around 5ft 8 tall, heavy build with short dark blonde hair. When he was last seen he was wearing a grey T-shirt with horizontal stripes underneath, a grey/blue waist length jacket and grey jogging bottoms.
He is known to gravitate towards cycle paths, open spaces and waterways and often walks considerable distances on foot.
Sergeant Gail Fitzpatrick at Paisley police office said: “Jamie’s family are becoming increasingly concerned for his safety and wellbeing. They say that he has limited speech, poor communication skills and no sense of danger.
“He currently has a fascination with open spaces and fields and may avoid main roads.
“I ask anyone who thinks they may have seen Jamie this evening since 8.10 pm or anyone who knows of his present whereabouts to contact police immediately.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at Paisley via telephone number 101.